WWRD Expands at AmericasMart

ATLANTA-Tabletop company WWRD is expanding its AmericasMart showroom space here for the Atlanta International Gift & Home Furnishings Market, July 11-18.

WWRD, which includes the Waterford, Wedgwood and Royal Doulton brands, will display in more than 4,600 square feet in its expanded location in AmericasMart Building 2. "The expansion of our showroom in Atlanta will enable WWRD to fully immerse our long-standing partners and the design community in our new product introductions; as well as the Waterford, Wedgwood, Royal Doulton and Royal Albert lifestyles," said Rick Fencel, vice president of sales-WWRD independent accounts.

"WWRD brands capture the essence of elegance and style in innovative designs bridging past and present," said Jeffrey L. Portman, Sr., president and chief operating officer of AmericasMart parent AMC, Inc. "Their expanded presence assures retailers and designers a broader, richer selection of the products that have long defined gracious living."

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